Kellyanne Conway launching weekly Fox Nation program

Kellyanne Conway launching weekly Fox Nation program

Kellyanne Conway, an ex-senior adviser to former President Trump, will launch a weekly series on Fox Nation delving into key issues driving the 2024 election cycle, Fox News announced Monday.

The series, “Here’s the Deal with Kellyanne Conway,” will explore hot-topic issues like immigration, abortion and inflation. It will take an “in-depth look” at predictions for this election cycle and the role political independents play in the race, according to a press release.

Conway, who served as Trump’s 2016 campaign manager, said she plans to “go beyond the news headlines and polling toplines to have a deeper conversation and equip the viewers with the compelling illustrative anecdotes and thoughtful analysis that they crave.”

“The American people are smart,” Conway said in the press release. “They are also worried about the state of our nation and paying close attention to the issues, individuals and ideas that will govern our future.”

The show — which takes its name from Conway’s 2022 bestselling book — will drop a new episode every Thursday until the presidential election in November.

The series debuts Thursday on Fox Nation, a subscription service Fox News describes as “a members-only destination for its most passionate and loyal super fans.”

“During an unprecedented election year, we are proud that Kellyanne’s insights into the inner workings of political campaigns based on her unique experience will be available to FOX Nation subscribers,” Fox Nation President Lauren Petterson said in the press release.

Conway is a Fox News contributor. She also launched a podcast in May with former President Obama’s campaign manager, David Plouffe.

The podcast, “The Campaign Managers with Kellyanne Conway and David Plouffe,” provides analysis into political headlines of the day, using their background in campaigns.

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